FsCheck 2.5.0

FsCheck is a tool for testing .NET programs automatically. The programmer provides
a specification of the program, in the form of properties which functions, methods
or objects should satisfy, and FsCheck then tests that the properties hold in a
large number of randomly generated cases.

While writing the properties, you are actually writing a testable specification of your program.

Specifications are expressed in F#, C# or VB, using combinators defined
in the FsCheck library. FsCheck provides combinators to define properties,
observe the distribution of test data, and define test data generators.
When a property fails, FsCheck automatically displays a minimal counter example.

There is a newer version of this package available.
See the version list below for details.
Install-Package FsCheck -Version 2.5.0
dotnet add package FsCheck --version 2.5.0
paket add FsCheck --version 2.5.0
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Release Notes

Add Gen.growingElements.
Add default generator and shrinker for IPAddress and MailAddress.
Gen.eval now uses the given size directly to generate an element of that size, instead of randomly choosing a size up to the given size. This means that on average
test case sizes are bigger.
Gen.frequency now throws a clearer exeption if no element can be generated.
Renamed Gen.suchThat and Gen.suchThatOption to Gen.where or Gen.filter and Gen.tryWhere or Gen.tryFilter. (The functions/methods with the old names are still there, they are just marked Obsolete and will be removed in a future version.)
Renamed DontSize to DoNotSize, DontShrink to DoNotShrink, DontSizeInt16 to DoNotSizeInt16 etc. (The types with the old names are still there, they are just marked Obsolete and will be removed in a future version.)
StateMachine: operation shrinker shrinks operations too, not just the list of operations.

Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
3.0.0-alpha3 26,023 12/30/2017
3.0.0-alpha2 5,379 10/19/2017
3.0.0-alpha1 626 9/26/2017
2.11.0 6,991 6/15/2018
2.10.10 14,602 5/15/2018
2.10.9 15,969 4/10/2018
2.10.8 23,250 3/3/2018
2.10.7 10,773 1/29/2018
2.10.6 8,146 12/30/2017
2.10.5 2,052 12/28/2017
2.10.4 38,334 11/8/2017
2.10.3 7,685 9/26/2017
2.10.2 7,146 9/25/2017
2.10.1 617 9/23/2017
2.10.0 10,859 9/7/2017
2.9.2 6,430 8/28/2017
2.9.1 252 8/27/2017
2.9.0 60,621 5/18/2017
2.9.0-rc3 3,244 5/7/2017
2.9.0-rc2 113 5/6/2017
2.9.0-rc1 113 5/6/2017
2.8.2 4,953 5/6/2017
2.8.1 581 5/1/2017
2.8.0 13,479 3/15/2017
2.7.2 5,305 3/5/2017
2.7.1 8,142 2/13/2017
2.7.0 6,575 1/15/2017
2.6.3 237 1/13/2017
2.6.2 81,731 10/7/2016
2.6.1 3,804 9/25/2016
2.6.0 32,061 8/3/2016
2.5.0 (current) 27,734 6/7/2016
2.4.0 10,683 4/20/2016
2.3.0 2,245 4/11/2016
2.2.5 2,801 3/28/2016
2.2.4 18,820 12/17/2015
2.2.3 2,705 11/26/2015
2.2.2 2,725 11/14/2015
2.2.1 893 11/5/2015
2.2.0 5,866 11/1/2015
2.1.0 8,069 9/30/2015
2.0.7 11,605 8/20/2015
2.0.6 546 8/14/2015
2.0.5 9,234 7/31/2015
2.0.4 2,811 7/20/2015
2.0.3 27,473 7/10/2015
2.0.2 289 7/7/2015
2.0.1 6,720 5/23/2015
2.0.1-rc1 189 5/23/2015
2.0.0-alpha 248 4/27/2015
1.0.4 14,563 12/9/2014
1.0.3 2,205 11/18/2014
1.0.2 980 10/27/2014
1.0.1 1,659 10/18/2014
1.0.0 3,538 8/3/2014
0.9.4 21,624 5/24/2014
0.9.3 794 5/9/2014
0.9.2 18,981 11/7/2013
0.9.1 3,160 7/2/2013
0.9.0.1 293 6/21/2013
0.9.0 376 6/18/2013
0.8.3 1,227 8/26/2012
0.8.2 446 7/4/2012
0.8.1 383 6/25/2012
0.7.1 886 5/29/2011
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